How can managers use their understanding of motivation and communication theories to improve performance of staff?

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Philosophy

 

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Philip J

 

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May 27, 2013

 

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Much research has sought to discover the sources of motivation is tentative and no definite conclusions can be advanced. For instance, "Social philosophers such as Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill asserted that humans are driven by the desire to obtain pleasure and avoid pain. And B.F.Skinner's theory of operant conditioning implied that 1 motivation emerges from the interplay of stimulus and response...
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And B.F.Skinner's theory of operant conditioning implied that 1 motivation emerges from the interplay of stimulus and response." (H.T Graham & Roger Bennett, 1998) With references to " The hierarchy of needs" theory by the American psychologist, A.H. Maslow, he has divided human needs into the following classes : a) Physiological or basic needs b) Security or safety needs c) Belonging of affection needs d) Esteem or ego needs e) Self actualisation needs In general, when physiological and security needs have been satisfied, the higher needs ( belonging, esteem and self actualisation) become important, usually, according to Maslow, in the order of the hierarchy...
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